Full body VR game Hit Motion is out now!

At Immotionar, we’ve just made a great announcement that I want to share with you all! We’ve released Hit Motion, a game that we’ve been developing in the last weeks with some local indies: the game designer Massimiliano Ariani and 3D artist Victor Pukhov.

Hit Motion full body virtual reality game
Hit Motion awesome logo

Hit Motion is in pre-alpha, so it is still not a complete game, but it’s already fun because using the ImmotionRoom system, it lets you use the full body to run from one side of your room to the other kicking and puching every thing that comes in your virtual sight! This is Max while playing with it… isn’t he funny?

The game is compatible with every headset (Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Razer HDK, Gear VR, Google VR) and with every supported sensor (at the moment Kinect v1 and Kinect v2), so if you have at least a Kinect (but the more you have, the better 😉 ) and a VR headset, download it for free on Immotionar website!

This game come with a super-awesome trailer, that has been made thanks to the help of Massimiliano Ariani, Victor Pukhov, Arianna Pittaluga and our beautiful model Camilla Andrea Brusa (that is actually a fantastic VR startupper at Crehome). Have a look at it and convince yourself to download it!

If you’re thinking that Kinect is dead and has some interference problems with some headsets… we know that is not the ideal sensor, but it is still the best off-the-shelf body tracking sensor… and can give you anyway some happy moments in VR…

So, download Hit Motion and then let me know in the comments if you liked it!

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Skarredghost

AR/VR developer, startupper, zombie killer. Sometimes I pretend I can blog, but actually I’ve no idea what I’m doing.

I tried to change the world with my startup Immotionar, offering super-awesome full body virtual reality, but now the dream is over. But I’ve still not waken up…